"… consider the northern goshawk, which lives in deep forests and earns its living by chasing down other birds.
without benefit of road markings, warning signs, traffic lights and speed limits, the goshawk zooms around its wild neighborhood in relative safety. as it hotly pursues a ruffed grouse or wood duck, the goshawk may fly just above the ground at 40 miles an hour, mirroring the unpredictable twists and turns of its prey. although the goshawk’s wingspan approaches four feet, superb vision and instant reflexes help it avoid collisions with countless branches.”
"when they become agitated by an approaching storm they attempt to climb out of the bottles and trigger a small hammer which strikes a bell."
mainly i just like the name of it.
kjartan trana says: “… The picture is taken in the Namsenfjord outside Namsos in the middel of Norway. Its taken on the darkes time of day, at 01:00. We almost got midnigth sun in june. It was a beautyfull summernigth when my familly went to sleep in our cabin, I took my camera and the boat out in the fjord. Could not wast this nigth with sleep:) … I think the shuttertime is 1/13 sec, f 2.8, iso 200. … Not much work done in Photshop, just some adjusting brigthnes/contrast. Its the same old stiory; about beeing at the rigth place at the rigth time!”